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Wild Hog Workshop

Thursday, October 25, 2018 -
3:30pm - 8:00pm

MSU Extension- Pontotoc County
402 C.J. Hardin Jr. Drive
Pontotoc, Mississippi 38863

Wild hogs can be very destructive to farm and forest land. Have you wondered why they seem worse in some areas than others? Do you know the best methods for managing wild hog populations? To learn more about controlling these beasts, then come to this Wild Hog Workshop in Pontotoc, Mississippi.

Where:

Gilliam Auditorium at the Pontotoc County Extension Office, 402 CJ Hardin Jr. Drive, Pontotoc, Mississippi (West off Hwy 15 in Pontotoc)

Agenda:

3:30 PM Registration opens

4:00 Field tour for Hog Trap Demonstration (James Shannon & Steven Tucker)

5:45 Supper (return to Extension Office)

6:15 Sustainable Forestry Initiative (John Kushla)

6:30 Control Methods for Wild Hogs (Steven Tucker)

7:30 Question & Answer; Workshop Evaluation

8:00 Adjourn

CEUs:

3.0 CFE credits to foresters Category 1

3.0 CLE credits to loggers Category 1

Questions:

Contact Mr. James Shannon (662-489-3910, jts9@msstate.edu) or Mr. Brandon Alberson (662-841-9000, bda4@msstate.edu)

Registration:

Required, $15/person, non-refundable. Fee covers supper & refreshments. Reference material provided. Make check payable to: Pontotoc County Forestry Association.

Department: MSU Extension- Pontotoc County
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Extension Agent III*
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